[PHOTOS] The Syrian Revolution in Metaphor

Syrian photographer Jaber alAzmeh captures the uprising in a series of images.

The two-tone photography of black silhouettes against red background exhibit "the colors of love, blood and death", as stated by alAzmeh.

Motivated by love, anger, sadness, pain, hope, friends and homeland, he worked on "Wounds", which is a reflection of what is happening on the ground in Syria - in particular - incidents, massacres, street slogans, or on universal values and concepts to which people around the world commonly aspire.



1

Wounds. جراح

© Jaber alAzmeh
2

Dungeons. الأقبية

© Jaber alAzmeh
3

Tsunami. تسونامي

© Jaber alAzmeh
4

Flight. طيران

© Jaber alAzmeh
5

The People. الشعب

© Jaber alAzmeh
6

About a young man named 'Kashoosh' عن شاب يدعى القاشوش

© Jaber alAzmeh
7

One. واحد

© Jaber alAzmeh
8

Justice, dignity and freedom. العدالة الكرامة الحرية

© Jaber alAzmeh
9

The creation of freedom. خلق الحرية

© Jaber alAzmeh
10

Dignity strike. إضراب الكرامة

© Jaber alAzmeh
11

Physician's Oath (to the soul of Ibrahim Othman). ( عهد أبقراط ( إلى روح إبراهيم عثمان

© Jaber alAzmeh
12

Homs - alKaldieh. حمص - الخالدية

© Jaber alAzmeh
13

Freedom Gate 'Bab Amr'. 'باب الحري 'باب عمرو

© Jaber alAzmeh
14

Rising once again. النهوض مرة أخرى

© Jaber alAzmeh
15

Committee. جنة

© Jaber alAzmeh
16

Delight arena. فرحة الساحة

© Jaber alAzmeh
17

Saga. الملحمة

© Jaber alAzmeh